Outpatient Psychotherapeutic Services:
Individual, family and group counseling for adults and children experiencing emotional distress.
Psychiatric assessments, medical management, and follow-ups. A crisis stabilization unit in Belle Glade provides inpatient therapeutic services.
Individualized, inpatient, therapeutic interventions for adults in a safe, secure, and structured environment.
Emergency intervention, de-escalation, screening, and assessment for adults and children in emotional distress.
Communitybased, short-term structured living environment for adults who have co-occurring mental illness and substance use diagnoses.
Residential substance use treatment facility for pregnant or non-pregnant women, providing therapy, coping skills, parenting, and life skills. Women keep younger children with them to reduce barriers to treatment and facilitate parent-child bond.
Safe and affordable housing for individuals with mental illness and co-occurring mental illness and substance use, as well as individuals with both mental illness and HIV/AIDS. Libraries Rock! That’s the theme of the Summer Reading Program, launching June 4 in the Palm Beach County Library System. Register at all libraries, Bookmobile stops and online to receive a point tracker
Readers who turn in their point trackers receive prizes, including tickets to a baseball game at Roger Dean Stadium, a Chipotle coupon and an invitation to an end-ofthe-summer ice cream social.
Those who complete their trackers also qualify for a drawing for grand prizes, including musical instruments, karaoke microphone, wireless headphones or a wireless speaker.
The Martin County Library System kicks off its summer reading program, Libraries Rock, on Friday.
Youngsters up through grade five will be eligible to earn free books and an invitation to a finale party. Teen readers can submit book reviews and earn volunteer hours and a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.
Par t i c i pant s c a n t r a c k their progress online by registering at mcls.beanstack. org or by downloading the Beanstack Tracker app.
The Summer Reading Sensation Challenge begins June 2 in the St. Lucie County Library System with a 2 p.m. Carnival Kickoff Party at the Lakewood Park, Morningside, Susan B. Kilmer a nd Zor a Neal e Hursto n branches.
The e ve nt wil l f e a t ure games, crafts, music and other activities. Youngsters can pick up their summer reading logs for chances to win prizes.
The re adi ng c hal l e nge runs through Aug. 4 and offers students a chance to win a Kindle Fire, as well as tickets to a special St. Lucie Mets game.
Activities coming up at area libraries: 15200 SW Adams Ave., Indiantown 772-597-4200
Time to celebrate: Join in a summer reading kickoff part y and learn about upcoming programs and events. All ages. 2 p.m. Saturday.
Ta l k t o t he a ni mals : Busch Wildlife’s program will feature an alligator, crocodile, hawk, owl, snake, skunk and opossum. Learn about endangered species and urban wildlife. 2 p.m. June 2.
10595 SE Federal Highway, Hobe Sound 772-546-2257
Theater fans: Enjoy the Atlantic Coast Theatre performance of “Flight!” Schoolage children and families. 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Teen artists: Local artist Shannon Mahler Tobin will be leading a workshop on creating collages. Tweens and teens. Prere gi ster. 2 p.m. June 2. 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce 772-462-6870
Green thumbs: Learn h ow t o ge t y o u r g a rd e n ready for hot weather. Presented by certified master gardener Lynda Salsbury. 1 p.m. Tuesday. 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce 772-462-2154
Movie matinee: Watch “Peter Rabbit,” an adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale. 3 p.m. June 1.